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Hiromi Yuasa Last modified date:2016.05.23



Graduate School
Undergraduate School


E-Mail
Homepage
http://mag.ed.kyushu-u.ac.jp/indexE.html
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Phone
092-802-3706
Academic Degree
Ph. D
Field of Specialization
Spintronics, Magnetic material devices
Outline Activities
1. Research
She has researched Spintronics application, from magnetic materials to magnetic devices. The goal of resarch is to realize extreme low power consumption devices and energy harvest devices toward IoT society.
2. Education activity
Basic course in Electronic information engineering, Electromagnetism II, and Introduction of electorical information engineering I for undergraduated school, and Basic course in Devices and magnetics electronics engineering professional lecture for graduated school.
3. Society activity
She is a member of the JSAP(The Japanese Society of Applied Physics), MSJ(The Magnetic Society of Japan), JPS(The Physics Society of Japan), and IEEE Magnetic Society. She has been a committee of general affairs (2006-2011) and member of editorial board (2014-current) in MSJ, and a program committee(2008-2012) and an organizer of sectional committee Spintronics (2013-current) in JSAP, and sub-comittee of Joint MMM/INTERMAG2016.
Research
Research Interests
  • Study of spintronic sensor and memory with ultra low power consumption
    keyword : sensor, memory, ultra low power consumption
    2015.10~2018.03.
  • Energy harvesting application from spintronics
    keyword : energy harvesting, spin current
    2015.10~2018.03.
Current and Past Project
  • The purpose of this study is to show the possibility which the Spin Seebeck power generation is enhanced from current pW-class to uW-class. By introducing the novel methods of fine structures and materials, we will enlarge the intrinsic parameters determining the generated power; Spin hall angular, spin mixing conductance and magnon temperature. After validation of the original ideas, the generated power potential will be estimated.
Academic Activities
Membership in Academic Society
  • The Japan Society of Applied Physics
  • The Magnetic Society of Japan
  • The Physics Society of Japan
  • IEEE Magnetic Society
Awards
  • Enhancement of Current-perpendicular-to-plane giant-magnetoresistance effect toward next HDD reader head
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